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TRAIL-TICKET Davos Klosters – RED

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This bike tour offers experienced bikers attractive single trails and many metres of descent. The descents on the top-prepared trails make bikers' hearts beat faster. A special highlight is the section on the legendary Alps Epic Trail Davos.
moderate
Distance 69.8 km
5:00 h
404 m
4,207 m
2,665 m
1,190 m
With a total of seven mountain railway rides, the ascents on this circular tour are overcome quickly and comfortably - leaving more stamina for the many first-class single trail descents. The tour starts at the Jatzmeder on the Rinerhorn. From there, the tour leads along the Alps Epic Trail - the only trail in Switzerland that has been designated an Epic Trail by the IMBA - to the beautiful Walser village of Monstein. From Monstein we return via Spina to the Rinerhorn valley station. The gondola takes us back up the mountain in no time. From there, a great trail leads over the Grabatobel forest down to Höfji. Over the Junkerboden it goes to the Jakobshorn cable car. From the Jakobshorn mountain station you follow the technical trail and the flow trail - the so-called "Kügelibahn" - 1,000 metres in altitude down to the Bolgen area. Next, the Parsennbahn awaits, which takes us up to the Weissfluhjoch at over 2,600 metres above sea level. From here, follow the next great single trail past the Parsennhütte to the Gotschnagrat. The Chalbersäss trail then leads down to Klosters, where the Gotschna cable car takes us right back up. From Gotschnaboden, another first-class single trail leads to Lake Davos. On the last few metres to the train station Davos Dorf, you can look back on this unique enduro tour.

 

Whole tour: 59.8 km (10 km mountain railway rides)

Author’s recommendation

TRAIL-TICKETS Davos Klosters are available at the sales points of Davos Klosters Mountains. 
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Author
Remy Horn 
Update: August 03, 2022
Difficulty
S2 moderate
Technique
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
2,665 m
Lowest point
1,190 m
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Track types

Asphalt 7.04%Dirt road 1.88%Forested/wild trail 25.99%Path 40.34%Road 7.26%Unknown 17.47%
Asphalt
4.9 km
Dirt road
1.3 km
Forested/wild trail
18.2 km
Path
28.2 km
Road
5.1 km
Unknown
12.2 km
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Safety information

In the Davos Klosters destination there are many farmed alps with livestock. It is therefore to be expected that animals will be encountered everywhere. We ask you to be considerate and to drive at an appropriate speed.

Start

Jatzmeder, Rinerhorn (2,053 m)
Coordinates:
SwissGrid
2'780'647E 1'179'698N
DD
46.743978, 9.802879
DMS
46°44'38.3"N 9°48'10.4"E
UTM
32T 561330 5177026
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Destination

Train station Davos Dorf

Turn-by-turn directions

Jatzmeder - Hauderalp - Oberalp - Davos Monstein - Spina - Jatzmeder - Höfji - Junkerboden - Jakobshorn - Ischalp - Bolgen - Weissfluhjoch - Parsennhütte - Gotschnagrat - Chalbersäss - Gotschnaboden - Wolfgang - Meierhof - Davos Dorf

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all notes on protected areas

Public transport

Public-transport-friendly

By train (RhB) to Davos Glaris. The Rinerhorn cable car is right next to the station.

Getting there

Coming from Zurich / St. Margrethen, leave the A13/E43 motorway at Landquart in the direction of Landquart, Davos, Vereina. Take the N28 to Davos.

Parking

Use public parking spaces in Davos.

Coordinates

SwissGrid
2'780'647E 1'179'698N
DD
46.743978, 9.802879
DMS
46°44'38.3"N 9°48'10.4"E
UTM
32T 561330 5177026
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Questions and answers

Question from Rolf Holtkamp · July 22, 2022 · Community
Plane gerade meine nächste alpine Tour und stelle fest, dass auf dieser Tour doch einige Höhenmeter (rund 820 Hm) durch Forststrassen (Laubenalp - Glaris, Schwendi - Klosters), vernichtet werden? ... das vermittelt mir den faden Beigeschmack, dass man diese Tour zum Ticketverkauf und nicht zum Trailvergnügen (rot) gestaltet hatte. 🤔 Ich liege falsch, oder?
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Answered by Remy Horn  · July 22, 2022 · Destination Davos Klosters
Hallo Rolf, danke für deine Frage. Die 3 Trail-Ticket Touren (blau, rot & schwarz) sind Enduro-Tourenvorschläge in drei Schwierigkeitsstufen. Bei der roten Tour fährt man hauptsächlich auf Singletrails . Einige Abschnitte führen, wie von dir erwähnt, aber auch über Forststrassen. Nichtsdestotrotz, bietet die Tour sehr viele Tiefenmeter auf mittel-schweren Singletrails, die ein hohes Trailvergüngen versprechen. Eine alternative Tour wäre ansonsten das Trail-Ticket Davos Klosters schwarz (ca. 90% Singletrail-Anteil). TRAIL-TICKET Davos Klosters - SCHWARZ Bitte beachte, dass diesen Sommer die 2. Sektion der Jakobshornbahn saniert wird und diese deshalb nicht in Betrieb ist (frühestens Mitte September 22). Weitere Tourenvorschläge in der Destination Davos Klosters findest du ausserdem hier: https://www.davos.ch/bike

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Difficulty
S2 moderate
Distance
69.8 km
Duration
5:00 h
Ascent
404 m
Descent
4,207 m
Highest point
2,665 m
Lowest point
1,190 m
Public-transport-friendly Circular route Scenic Refreshment stops available Cableway ascent/descent Summit route Singletrail/Free ride

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